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Sign Up The most violent prisons in Ohio aren't the maximum-security facilities or those housing Death Row inmates.They're those holding teenager. There were more assaults than inmates last year at Ohio's youth prisons, where the rate of assaults per
Parsons embraced his job as a deputy sheriff in rural Missouri, feeling that he finally had found his life's calling, his mother recalls...Parsons, 31, who lived most of his life in Columbus and Athens, Ohio, had joined the Washington County sheriff'
After nearly 30 years of public service, Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Jim Petro will retire on Feb. 1 to spend time lecturing about one of his passions: the problem of wrongful imprisonment. I care deeply about the justice system in the same way
Division I-AA It involved spending habits and whether they should be monitored and who should monitor them. Ohio State, as part of this compliance makeover, strongly encourages athletes, especially football and men's and women's basketball players,
Sign Up An Ohio University worker accused of threatening to bring a shotgun to work pleaded not guilty this morning to misdemeanor charges of inducing panic and possession of criminal tools. Athens County Municipal Court Judge William Grim ordered
A legislative leader told the House Judiciary & Ethics committee yesterday that if Ohio is to allow Internet cafes, there should be a statewide issue on the ballot. State Rep. Matt Huffman, R-Lima, the majority floor leader, said the unregulated
CVC Capital Partners and Clessidra SGR don't plan to raise their offer of about $3.9 billion for Avio, said sources who declined to be identified because the talks are private, leaving GE to pursue the deal. Cinven is also considering holding an
Within 30 miles of Columbus, you can find two dozen manufacturers of solar-power components and a dozen companies that install them. That tally comes from a new state database, part of an attempt to help companies in the solar industry work together
Ohio Ohio University is beginning to look like a giant construction zone. Some might regard the barricades, neon-yellow-vested construction workers and earth-moving equipment as an inconvenience and an eyesore. But the work sends a message to
I Dallas Crawford (South Fort Myers), Miami, x-freshman, running back, No. Crawford had three total tackles, two solo and one assisted, in the Hurricanes' 41-40 loss to Virginia. Makinton Dorleant (Lely), Maryland, x-freshman, defensive back, No.